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One of the most influential organisations near Pool is expanding. The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is to take over management of the whole of the 268-mile Pennine Way, from Edale in Derbyshire to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders, in a bid to assure the future of the national trail.
The authority has secured a £350,000 annual grant from Natural England, current managers of the 15 national trails in England and Wales, to maintain and improve both the walking route and the 205-mile Pennine Bridleway, which runs from Derbyshire to Cumbria.
The PSSC are looking for a new secretary. If you are interested, please contact Peter Wilkinson at firstname.lastname@example.org
The next meeting of the history of Pool group is the 7th of April 2015, 7.30pm-9.00pm.
The content- A talk about the history of Old Pool Bank Quarries and it effects on the local area. An update and information on the History of Pool Quarries Walk.
The Mayor’s Buttercross Stall takes place a week tomorrow and we are eagerly looking for any willing volunteers.
Otley Action is one of the recipient mayoral charities this year and we have been asked to find any willing helpers to man the stall between 10–12 noon on the day. In addition, any donations of bric-a-brac (but not books) would be most welcome.
If you are available, would you please let me know.
This Way Up are confirmed for the Beer Festival – Fantastic cover band who delighted the audience last year. Great to drink and dance to!!